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the chief of the los angeles police department who is involved in this and the operations as well. chief charlie beck. >> very briefly, i want to commend the men and women of lapd, we have the los angeles police department and tsa and fbi, laso and other agencies, we'll treat this incident with the unified command, many, many details as you're interested will not be given out at this point. we will not speak about the nature of injuries and not speak about the identity of the suspect. the investigation is being handled by the fbi. with the cooperation of the los angeles police department. again, a tremendous unified response. i know this region worries about its airport because of the complex issues involved with various jurisdictions. it was handled very well today, thank you. >> hold on one second. we'll next hear from fbi special agent in charge, special agent b bowitch to talk about the situation. >> david bodich, bowdich. first off, we're working hand in hand with our partners here to include the los angeles police department, the l.a. airport police and respect to this investigatio
at the los angeles international airport. a day after a gunman burst in and killed a tsa officer. here's what we know today. tsa administrator john pistole is on his way to los angeles today. he is expected to meet with the family of killed tsa officer hernandez and others. right now l.a.x. is open but no flights are leaving from terminal 3 where the shooting happened yesterday. a tweet from the airport says people who left things in that terminal yesterday can now get them at the ticket counter. >>> we're also learning more about the suspected shooter, paul ciancia. according to a federal law enforcement official, he was carrying materials including an anti-tsa rant and a reference to a new world order. ciancia lived in los angeles, but he is from new jersey. police have been at his family's home in pennsville, new jersey. according to the police chief, the suspect sent text messages to his family yesterday, ranting about the government. >> basically, the text message was just a message to the little brother and the way it was written, they had some concern about it, and that's when they bro
this morning. new details are emerging about the shooting at los angeles international airport. officials say the suspected gunman, 23-year-old paul ciancia , shot a t-s-a officer at point blank range. he then walked away, but returned moments later to shoot him again. kyung lah explains how the >> reporter: investigators are still piecing together their timeline of what happened inside terminal 3 they don't know every step of paul ciancia's path thru the terminal >> "but here's what they do know. a roommate dropped him off at the airport. he entered at about 9:20 in the morning one of these entrances at terminal 3." according to pictures like this one as well as surveillance video, the gun was a 223 caliber assault rifle, which ciancia concealed in a bag. >> "he then approached tsa officer gerardo hernandez here who was standing there where those flowers are -- this is a prescreening area and shot him point blank, multiple times in the chest. he then got on this escalator." >> "the defendant is to then alleged to have begun walking away from the wounded tsa officer, going up escalator and th
. >> now on abc 7 news. new details on why a man opened fire inside the los angeles airport. the handwritten letter that holds some clues. >> a challenging situation for firefighters in san francisco. take a look at this thick fog with gusty wins. what's going with the weather? lee glasser is tracking doppler hd. . >> we are learning more today about the moments of panic and fear at lax. the suspect accused of opening fire inside the airport left a note describing his motivation. hello. we begin with new details in the shooting at lax. terminal three where the shooting happened just reopened a few hours ago around 1:00. there now increased police on watch at the airport curb at los angeles international. the suspect, paul ciancia is in critical condition. he suffered wounds to the legs and head making it difficult for investigators to get information from him. abc news reporter has more from los angeles. >> lax is returning to normal. >> the question remains. why did he do it? police say 23-year-old paul ciancia brought a rifle and 100 rounds of ammunition to los angeles air
security in los angeles shooting three agents before he's captured by police. a note in his bag said kill tsa. wjz has complete coverage of the shooting. kai jackson shows us dramatic images from the airport as passengers ran for cover. let's go to edward lawrence with the latest for wjz from los angeles. >> investigators worked through the night at l.a.x.'s terminal 3 processing the crime scene. police say 23-year-old paul ciancia walked into the terminal, pulled out a crime began rifle and began shooting. >> i just saw the gun, and i was just terrified like everybody else was and we're all just on the ground. >> 39-year-old tsa officer gerardo hernandez was killed. federal agents brought food to the hernandez family's home. neighbors say they were shocked. >> my heart goes out to them. i pray the lord will give them peace and strength. >> the head of the tsa will arrive today. he'll meet with hernandez's family as well as two of the other agents wounded in the shooting. >> ciancia appeared to have a grudge against the security agency. in a note found in the 23-year- old's bag he called
and los angeles mayor to offer his sympathies as well as any support that they may need. >>> tsa does report a growing number of passengers are trying to board flight was guns. from january to june they took 894 guns, most of them were loaded. that is a 30% increase compared to the same period last year. for the year of 2012 they found more than 1500 guns. >> new, bart workers have agreed to a new four year contract, just after 11:00. the una nounsed its members voted 88% to 12% for the deal. just a short time later transit union alsoa ploverred it as the iu members say its time to move past the ill will that led to two strikes. >> we are hopeful that from this point forward we can go back to doing our jobs, doing it safely, professionally as we always have in the past. >> they will hold separate news conferences later this morning. the board must still schedule a special hearing this month to sign off on the deal which will raise salaries 15 and a percent. >>> berkeley police are vepghting another robbery on campus. the latest happened around 11:00 thursday night in a big grassy a
. head of the tsa will visit his family in los angeles today. it's the first time a tsa office every has been killed on duty in the agency's 12 years. more on the shooter. who is he? why did he snap? why was he targeting the tsa? we look into the gun man's background. >> reporter: in the small town of pennsville, new jersey, paul anthony ciancia's family got a disturbs text. it was troubling that allen cumming was called to the house. he said the text they received suggested the 23-year-old might kill himself. >> our procedure is someone is concerned about a family member, we call that local police department and do a well-being check and that's basically what we did. it came back he wasn't home. >> l. a. p. d. officers won't his home and talked to his roommates. they said the 23-year-old just left but seemed to be fine. >> he was a nice guy, a little loner, introverted, but nothing that i would ever, of expect him to do something like this. >> about the same time chaos was erupting at lax. at the had no idea that a gunman, later identified as ciancia, was shooting up terminal 3 at lax.
the suspect's identity this, man, a 23-year-old paul ciancia of los angeles. federal agents questioned his parents in new jersey his father is a business owner. police say, there, rather, tell us the suspect sent his brother a text kath he may have been suicidal. ciancia was shot and wounded in terminal three. we begin with the developments in the abc7 newsroom. >> reporter: let's talk about the bag. inside investigators say they found a hand written note that said he wanted to kill tsa officers and pigs, referring to police. witnesses who saw him handle that rifle say it was obvious he was there to do a lot of damage. this video from tmz shows passengers running for safety the gunman began shooting inside lax. >> i'm looking at him, my wife. to tell they're okay. say three we're going run out of the door. i was waiting when he is pointing down. we're running. >> i look over by escalator. like 20 feet away. i see shell casings falling. i see shooting. >> reporter: the gunman moved to the screening station where passengers show ids. he had an ar 15, a high powered rifle, shown here on th
, a 23-year-old paul ciancia of los angeles. federal agents questioned his parents in new jersey his father is a business owner. police say, there, rather, tell us the suspect sent his brother a text kath he may have been suicidal. ciancia was shot and wounded in terminal three. we begin with the developments in the abc7 newsroom. >> reporter: let's talk about the bag. inside investigators say they found a hand written note that said he wanted to kill tsa officers and pigs, referring to police. witnesses who saw him handle that rifle say it was obvious he was there to do a lot of damage. this video from tmz shows passengers running for safety the gunman began shooting inside lax. >> i'm looking at him, my wife. to tell they're okay. say three we're going run out of the door. i was waiting when he is pointing down. we're running. >> i look over by escalator. like 20 feet away. i see shell casings falling. i see shooting. >> reporter: the gunman moved to the screening station where passengers show ids. he had an ar 15, a high powered rifle, shown here on the floor. >> he proceeded u
? we're live in los angeles with the latest. >>> unsportsmanlike conduct. a miami dolphin leaves the team under mysterious circumstances. allegations of repeated bullying led him to quit. could a lunch room prank have been the final straw? >>> rocky mountain high anxiety. the denver nuggets mascot passes out. during pre game introductions. an update on the mascot "today," saturday, november 2nd, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today." with lester holt and erica hill. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> i'm erica hill. alongside maria schiavocampo who is in for jen a and dylan dreyer. jen a, of course on maternity leave. >> the top story. the deadly shooting of the tsa agent in los angeles airport. the 39-year-old victim the first officer to be killed in the line of duty in the agency's 12-year history. the suspected gunman and several others remain hospitalized this morning and investigators trying to answer the question who set the shooter off as they continue to look for clu
reunion for a local girl and her uncle who is living on the streets of los angeles. >> temperatures in the bay area right now pretty comfortable. 40s and 50s outside, and more 60s tomorrow. we'll let you know the full forecast in a couple minutes. >>> an oakland teenager making good on his promise for a organ teenager. they served to the less fortunate. carraway had liver failure when he was 14 years old. since them mim and his family feed the needy every thanksgiving to honor his donor johnny hernandez. >> it's always good to come out and feed people for him. he is not here, and we just have a different impact on people's lives. >> he and his mother feed the homeless in oklahoma once a month, not just on thanksgiving. he said he hopes he encourages others to become organ donors. plenty of people are headed to the coastline to see some big waves. beautiful to watch. people are snapping pictures of the 10 foot swells. it was not large enough to close the pier, but they were big enough to put out alerts. the warning expired late this afternoon. let's bring in rob to talk about our tha
: now to a developings story out of southern california. a deadly shooting inside the los angeles airport. and three others have been hurt. the suspected gunman is in custody. >> catherine: tonight -- we have new video from inside. but first. stephanie elam is live in l-a tonight.with the latest. stephanie? >> reporter: catherine it began with passengers running for their lives seeking any kind of rough rich. seeking any kind of refuge. >> reporter: the loss angeles airport police chief is a man with an assault rifle checked and at out of a back and began to open fire in the terminal, terminal 3. >> reporter: sources say another team as agent was shot in the late m1 shot and killed. multiple fired shot quickly. seven people were injured. >> one guy fell down after being shot >> reporter: the suspect went through the checkpoint point where a police fired and hitting the subject. >> people were getting knocked down there was luggage and mayhem everywhere >> reporter: people were hiding impact on stalls and others being evacuated. police were dropped police with guns drawn >> i heard
, a gunman shot a federal security worker to death at los angeles international airport and wounded at least two other people. the attack touched off chaos as rescue workers rushed to get the victims away, and travelers took refuge outside if they could. airport police chief patrick gannon said there was no warning. >> an individual came into terminal three of this airport, pulled a assault rifle out of a bag and began to open fire in the terminal. he proceeded up into the screening area where t.s.a. screeners are and continued shooting and went past the screeners back into the airport itself. >> woodruff: the gunman ultimately shot it out with police and, apparently, was wounded before being captured. the associated press identified him as 23-year-old paul ciancia of the los angeles area. for a time, the incident caused the federal aviation administration to ground all departures from l.a.x. flights bound there from other cities were ordered not to take off. iraqi prime minister nouri al- maliki appealed today for u.s. help against violent attacks by al-qaeda militants. he wound up a washin
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with two of the founding members of tower of power. over the years, they have toured constantly and released more than 20 albums. their latest is called "hipper than hip." it features the or and section that defines their distinctive sound. tower ofation with power, coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. asis: tower of power started . cover band they became the back bone of the driving mourn sound that came to define twoer of -- tower of power. their latest album is a double disc set called "hipper than hip." is is from the 40th anniversary cd. it's called "what is hip?" ♪ ♪ tavis: still sounding good, man. still sounding good. whatever happened to the bands with the great worn sections? >> were there that many? tavis: more than there are today. >> that's true. i guess they gave up. less music in the schools, there are fewer horn players coming out. guys want to play guitar and synthesizer. link -- ihink that think you are right a
york and union station in los angeles. a very pretty station as well. >> it was almost torn down. thankfully, it was not. it is cold out there. those of you who thought it was called -- i even thought it was cold and i don't mind the cold weather. it is not going to be like that tomorrow. 27 degrees at reagan national airport. high-pressure is going to move off the coast. winds will change direction. that is going to allow a little bump in temperatures. look at these highs today. only 34 degrees at reagan national airport. about 20 degrees below average for this time of year. 10 degrees below our average january high temperature for the middle of the month. cold air, definitely was here, not going to let her elong. 23 in ashburn right now. feels like 16. look at the winds. upper marlboro, now 22. it is 20 five in quantico, looking at 26 in annapolis. 19 in gaithersburg, 23 at bwi marshall. the coldest is just off to the north and west of us. in western pennsylvania and ohio, temperatures are in the teens -- teens. these wind chills will leave as we move through the overnight hour
on a sunday night. and we do begin with new details of that deadly encounter at the los angeles airport. a gunman killing a tsa officer, injuring several others. and this evening, that new picture of the suspect now emerging. paul ciancia seen right here in his high school photo. a schoolmate now saying he was a loaner in class. and new information about the family man he's alleged to have targeted and killed. tsa agent gerardo hernandez. his heartbroken wife saying he was proud to work for the tsa. and in tribute tonight, lights in tsa blue as you approach l.a.x. airport. meanwhile, inside the term terminals, remnants of the chaos. the mountains of luggage left behind by passengers ordered to flee as the shots rang out. our coverage tonight begins with abc's david wright at l.a.x., where he's been since the start. >> go, go, go! >> reporter: moments before all this, paul ciancia arrived at l.a.x. like a passenger, dropped off by someone driving a black hyundai. the criminal complaint filed saturday in federal court describes a cold-blooded attack. it says video surveillance showed cian
shootings like the one at los angeles international airport three weeks ago the gunman was equipped with 5, 30-round clips. the san francisco super visor sponsored the bill. >> if we're able to eliminate that, that is one less tool that a person carrying out a crime will have at their disposal to, use. >> reporter: nra is suing the city saying it violates the second amount. larry barseti is a plaintiff, a retired cop with the san francisco veteran police officer association. >> you're impacting honest, law-abiding citizens in san francisco. bad guys aren't going to obey this law. >> he believes it's poorly written, pointing to a section that exempts law enforcement officers. >> does that mean i take a uniform off and put off duty gun on and go home to san francisco, if it's got 11 rounds then i'm a misdemeanor? >> it does not prohibit off duty officers from keeping duty weapons because those weapons are issued to them in connection with their duties. >> reporter: two opinions and interesting battle the lawsuit is the first salvo. voters have sunnivale approved measure c, putting more res
, a lot, devin. >>> in other news this morning, a los angeles area hostage situation has now ended with the gunman's surrender. authorities say the mother and her 14-year-old daughter who had been held for nine hours are now safe. when police first arrived at the scene, the gunman opened fire, hitting one officer in the chest. his protective vest saved his life. >>> police in arizona are pouring over new evidence in that house where three sisters were held captive for years. and they have a journal that was kept by one of the oldest girls. the girls were discovered tuesday when two of the sisters escaped out of a window and ran to a neighbor's home. tucson police say the girls were held by their mother and stepfather. that house, by the way, was set up to ensure that the victims were always kept apart. >> the hallways were shielded. it was kind of like a tunnel, that they would build with sheets and partitions to take them directly to the bathroom and back. there's a sense of isolation and loneliness that was established for these girls. >> police say the older girl's journal conta
. the los angeles angels of anaheim described him as -- the "los angeles times" described him as the prince of perpetual motion. his new book is called "actor anonymous" and here is the trailer for the book. >> i am the actor. >> i am the actor. >> i am the actor. >> i am the actor. >> i'm an actor so i can play anything. everyone is in me and i am in everyone. i'm part of your consciousness. >> you don't think so? you want to deny i've made my way inside? >> look, i'm here to entertain you, but i don't really care about anything, you know what i mean? >> i used to care a lot about acting. but now i see that you're only as good as your material. >> and if your material is good, you're only as good as your director. >> there's so much dependence on others that i can't care about acting anymore. >> i'm jack nicholson and marlon gran bran doe, jimmy stewart, steve mcqueen. >> i'm nicholas cage and robert pattinson, james dean and rock hudson. >> i am norma shearer and lillian gish. >> i'm garbo. >> i'm like a sophisticated prop. i give you all the feeling you want, all the hair styles and ward
the chronicle as prosecutor. secret formula used for corruption. it mentioned the los angeles times received the pulitzer prize for the bell corruption case especially all the ugly details. i would like to suggest that chronicle and examiner do the same here in san francisco and they would probably win a pulitzer prize. the other head lines as jury finds -- what a real shame the city would stab it's own firefighters on these promotional task. if you treat the firemen that way, shame on you. >> good evening. kids are still being shot in this culture of ours. all we do is talk about shooting and killing. recent ly in chicago, a submit -- summit to talk about violence and imprisonment that will talk about the solutions but the problem will not be eliminated until we change the nature of this society. this country has always glorified the gun culture and general violence entertainment. with today's technological communication advances it is far worse until we can tackle the sacred cows of the entertainment industry it will never end and puts violence across all races and nationality and class
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tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with one of the countries most celebrated artists, nikki giovanni. she is a seven-time naacp image award winner. rosahe recipients of the parks kurt award. her latest collection of poetry and prose is called "chasing utopia: a hybrid." a conversation with nikki giovanni coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: best-selling writer nikki giovanni is one of the countries most honored poets and commentators and educators. her eloquent voice comes through more than 30 books and she is a distinguished repressor at virginia tech. her latest collection of poetry and prose is called "chasing utopia: a hybrid." oneutopia here is not the envisioned by thomas moore. it is something entirely different. we will get to that later in the conversation. it is great to have you on the program. >> it is good to be here. thank you. tavis: let me start where anyone with good sense would start with you, by not asking a question but by asking you to rea
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight a conversation with phil wenders -- phil wilson. her almost dirty years wilson has been at the forefront of the national effort to stop the hiv- aids pandemic. we have an assessment of what has been accomplished and what still needs to be done. then we will d.l. hughley. he is hosting a new irreverent game show called "trust me: i'm a game show host." ♪ we are glad you joined us. ♪ >> the california endowment. health happens in neighborhoods. learn more. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. ♪ as the aids pandemic enters its third decade, it is no longer what it once was. we are told it is still relatively significant, in african-american communities. confronting this everyday is what he does. to see you. it is always good to see you. i am tired of having this conversation if you know what i mean. you have been living with hiv for how many years now? >> ernie for years. -- 34 years. >> that's amazing. ?hat do you make of it >> i have lots of work to do. thatgetting time t
or years. maybe millions of years from now, part of los angeles will be in the bay area. >> for better or worse. >> yes. >> this is a tough question. >> those other ones weren't tough. >> this is a really easy challenge. are the smaller ones less stress? >> yes. the amount released in small earthquakes is that they are so small in you need many of those. >> i think would you probably have to have maybe hundreds of magnitude earthquakes of 4.7. >> so small earthquakes are not making our lives better in the future? >> not anyway that you can count on. >> i have heard that buildings in san francisco are on rollers and isolated? >> it's not true. it's a conventional foundation like almost all the circumstances buildings in san francisco. >> the trans-america was built way before. it's a pretty conventional foundation design. >> i have heard about this thing called the triangle of life and up you are supposed to go to the edge of your bed to save yourself. is there anything of value to that ? >> yes, if you are in your room. you should drop, cover and hold onto something. if you are in sch
is actually from los angeles. who may or may not be gloating. with a slow clap. >> thank you, dan. >>> time to head back to philadelphia, where we find our sam champion at the oldest parade in the land. samuel j.? >> guess who i got, josh. cedric the entertainer, which makes this all great. cedric, i get to say it. you ask america the question every day. "who wants to be a millionaire?" i do. i do. i do. i do. >> i'm glad to do it. that's why i came down here. i wanted to be a part of this great day. and give you a million dollars. >> i love the whole idea. >> you have to throw it off the back of one of these floats. >> i'll throw 30% off the back of the parade float. you have to ride this whole parade route. and it's a chilly day this morning. how are you going to handle that? >> i have some hand warmers. >> that works out. >> i rubbed that all over. >> it is so nice to have you here. ladies and gentlemen, say hello to cedric the entertainer. give a good morning to america. let's get a little weather along the way. one or two things happening this morning as you step outside your door. how
a manual in the face outside the w hotel last month. last week in los angeles a judge there ordered brown into anger management rehab. brown is on probation there for his assault on his then girlfriend rihanna for an accident back in 2 incident back in 2009. >>> the state board of elections in virginia will certify the vote in the attorney general's race. according to the board's website democrat mark herring leads republican mark obenshain by just 165 votes. that is less than 100th of a percentage point difference. that gives obenshain the right to request a recount. both candidates have announced transition teams. >>> it's 5:35. thanks for waking up with us this monday. time for another your money report. >> jess came is back with another -- jessica is back with another local money fight. >> good morning to everybody at home. the fight over d.c.'s minimum wage is heating up yet again. city council committee meeting is scheduled to vote today on a bill that would increase the minimum wage to 11.50 an hour. that would be one of the highest rates in the country. d.c. mayor vincent gray say
a thoip abc 7 news. >> president obama is in los angeles right now next leg of west coast political fundraising tour. here is air force one taking off late this afternoon from san francisco international. after a 6 hour stay in san francisco where he urged supporters to stick with him despite the lowest approval ratings of his presidency. we have team coverage of the president visit to the bay area tonight beginning with abc 7 news reporter vick lee. >> ♪ oh, >> her niece sang the national anthem. she told us later she was nervous singing before the president. but she had her angel. >> i thought of my aunt betty entire time. only thing helped me hold it together. >> mr. obama speech focus on immigration. importance of a comprehensive reform package. heckler interrupted the president speech. >> i need your help. thousands of immigrant. >> that's exactly what we are talking about. that's why we are here. >> president please your executive order. >> mr. obama shot back with lecture on democracy. and so the easy way out is to try to yell and pretend like i can did something
neck of the woods the entire state is dry with 60's to fresno and los angeles and palm springs and low-to-mid 70's and tahoe mostly cloudy and 51. through the weekend, temperatures are in the low 50's with sunshine, no new snow headed that way. leyla gulen? >> i have an accident plugging up the drape westbound along 580 at the dublin interchange it will take an hour and 10 minutes away from tracy to dublin. with the middle lanes blocked that is adding a few minutes to the commute to our bay area airports where we have clear conditions and no sheriff departments reported near oakland and at sfo no delays and in san jose another great drive with a delay, but only a bit of pocket of delay headed between the 280/680 split to the nimitz. >> today marks the 35th anniversary of one of the $of the days if san francisco history on this day in 1978 mayor mascone and supervisor harvey milk were shot to death in the city hall offices by former supervisor dan white who was angry that mascone did not reappoint him as supervisor. milk was the first openly give supervisor and the assassinations will b
. it looks like the problems are going to be here towards the west. seattle los angeles expecting rain in the forecast. >> good news for space junkies, it appears that the comet may be in one piece. it circled around the sun. almost 217 miles per hour. through a temperature zone approaching 5,000 degrees farren height. >> my colleague spoke to an amateur photographer who captured ice. >> ison survives, what should skye watchers expect next. >> it's a little hard to say. we are looking at images that are 15 minutes old, and we can see clearly part of the comet is there, the tail is there. thrusters, nuklious isn't as bright as it was. it's still really too early to tell. i doubt we'll see a really super bright comet like they were predicting earlier. >> this was dicey. we didn't find out until a short while ago that it survived. as of about 20 minutes ago all the reports said it had died. then it was already expected to know up in the camera, it didn't show up. it was dim before it went in. it was dim before it came in. i got several emails. about 15-20 minutes ago images of the tail sh
in miami, 47 d.c. boston 38. dallas 52. denver 67 and beautiful 83 in los angeles. if you had any questions about the power of nature, take a look at these new satellite photos. this is one showing tacloban city in the philippines before the typhoon. green farmland, colorful buildings along the coast. check this out. this is what it looks like today. >> oh, my gosh. >> muddy, lifeless, nearly every one of the buildings gone. even the sea is brown. >> five days after typhoon haiyan struck, the delivery of relief supplies is speeding up. but tacloban city is one of the most desperate places on earth. filtering water through t-shirts. aid ships from the u.s. and elsewhere are on the way, but the need is enormous. more cargo ships are arriving at the airport where thousands are gathering. abc's terry moran was there. >> reporter: this was the waiting area of tacloban's airport. you can see the storm surge tore the place apart. believe it or not, this is one of the only places in the city that is still functioning. this is where people want to get to because this is where you can get out. >> the
their power. >> stephanie elam is in los angeles this morning with more. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: good morning. the woman knows of the people who lived in this place with the shooter and it was very strike to go hear how everything went down. and if you listen to a little bit more of the conversation they had, it helps to paint a picture of what they realize was happening. >> at that moment that they're seeing this on the tv, their third roommate comes back and says i just dropped off paul at l.a.x.. and they knew he had just dropped off paul to a shooting. >> absolutely disturbing to hear that, carol. now what we also know is where the shooter is from in the southern new jersey. they got text messages, his family did, his younger brother, his dad saw them apparently and alerted the chief of police in their town. that police officer then reached out to los angeles, they did a welfare check, they got got, this all happening around 10:30 in the morning on friday pacific time. they get there just within maybe 45 minutes or so afterwards they handcuff the roommates, start looking for
families. he joins me now from los angeles. mike, there's a large filipino american population in southern california. how much luck have they had in getting in touch with folks? >> hi, chuck. yeah, some of them have been able to get text messages through, particularly if they're just south or north of the major impact zones and they've heard some good news, but also, as wee been able to catalog over the last couple day, have some real frustrations hearing second hand that a relative might be okay. but they don't know where that relative is or whether or not he or she is getting the food and the medications they need. we sat yesterday with one woman from pasadena who has an aunt, a favorite aunt, her father's cyst whoeshgs she heard was okay. she did hear from her father, who was able to get out with her brother who has cerebral palsy and her mom. her aunt is somewhere, she has diabetes and is very frail. she's not sure she'll get what she needs, primarily food. that's a key. it's one thing to pledge support and all of that is mobilizing right now, it's another to get it and to deliver it
starting with the city of los angeles international airport. i'm coming up the elevator and not by about ten feet away from you instead voted the despair at the ripe alike like he knew how to read read read just don't believe it's really it's like seeing something on tv. we say the gunman who opened fire on friday sent the suicide text message to his father prior to the incident soon after twenty three year old policy and see a storm into a crowded terminal killed the security agent and wounded several other people souter was overpowered by the incident set off panic and stampede parts of the world's sixth busiest airport were evacuated and over seven hundred domestic flights disrupted. i know the details and updates on this story a r t dot com. i was at a chinese fireworks factory is killed eleven of its employees and injured seventeen more to businessmen have reportedly been arrested over the glass the reduced the building to a pile of rubble. most of the victims were said to be when assembling fuses for firecrackers and because of the glasses like it clear in chinese factories are not
next week. >>> brand-new information on the alleged gunman as things begin to get back to normal at los angeles international airport following yesterday's rampage that killed one tsa agent, injuring at least five other people and disrupting hundreds of flights nationwide. hello, everyone, glad you're with us. i'm greg jarrett. >> i'm arthel neville. welcome inside america's news headquarters. this is 23-year-old paul ciancia armed with a semiautomatic
in california has begun an investigation into the shooting at los angeles airport. they killed a security officer and disrupted more than seven hundred flights across the united states the alleged shooter and twenty three year old man stormed into one of the terminals friday morning killing the officer and injuring at least two other people. police shot and injured him before taking him into custody officials said he had some one hundred rounds of ammunition brock is back in the headlines and sectarian violence there has claimed the lives of seven thousand people this year alone. is the most vile as the country's seen since two thousand eight. below is struggling to push back a resurgent al qaeda. prime minister nuri al will be keen on a visit to washington has called for more support from the us. october was the bloodiest month in your mind can we can find two years. you need one thousand people died in sectarian strife between sunnis and shiites the iraqi government can get the violence under control on its own. and that's one reason for prime minister nuri al money quay street to washi
page at los angeles international airport that left one tsa agent dead. the accused gunman now charged with the murder of a federal officer. police say he shot the agent at poinblank range before opening fire on the crowd. and then, returning to shoot the agent yet again. at least five other people injured in friday's shooting. 23-year-old paul ciancia could face the death penalty if convicted. investigators saying he had enough firepower to turn the entire place into a killing zone.
. on monday fbi agents visited ciancia's apartment near los angeles. they escorted one of his roommates to his car, also a black hyundai. airport police and the tsa are now reviewing security procedures at the los angeles airport. >> as much as we work each and every day to make this airport and others safe i'm sad to say but nothing will ever be 100%. >> reporter: a memorial was held monday night for gerardo hernandez. the union that represents tsa officers called for some of those officers to carry guns. currently, none are armed. >> we're not suggesting that all 45,000 tsa officers be armed. what we're suggesting is there needs to be another layer added, which would be transportation security law enforcement officers who would have law enforcement duties would have a weapon, would have the ability to arrest people. >> reporter: but the head of the airport police here says even if the tsa agent who was murdered had a gun it would not have mattered. that's because paul ciancia had his his rifle in his suitcase. he pulled it out at the last minute and fired at that of
, in our report of kqed since, we look how silicon valley is going to space. 100 miles north of los angeles in the dusty desert town, the world's first commercial rocket ship is gearing up to launch with astronauts to the edge of space. no, this isn't a movie, it's real. >> for 50 years, the space is domain of russian astronauts, chinese astronauts. what we want to do is make space available and open to other people. >> but to experience the thrill of a few minutes of weightlessness, you have to pay $250,000 for a 2.5 hour ride 60 or so miles above earth. sure, it's a luxury, but virgin galactic thinks that price will fall eventually. >> in long term, i think the price will come down around suv price point you get down to the level. it's still expensive but i think a lot of people would be willing to do it once in their lives. >> since billionaire richard branson founded it in 2005, more than 600 people placed deposits for the first commercial super sonic flight and they are scheduled to lift off in 2014. today it's ranging from space tourism to mining the moon, filled by the risk taking st
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